You need to discuss your dog's case with your veterinarian. Treatment for chronic kidney failure is diet change to a kidney diet (low in sodium, low in protein, and low in phosphorus), starting a phosphate binder to eliminate excess phosphorus, supplement potassium if needed, screen the urine for urinary tract infection, assess blood pressure--if high start medication, and start fluid therapy if appropriate. If this is a sudden onset (acute) kidney failure your dog may need to be hospitalized on intravenous fluids to diurese the kidneys attempt to return the kidney values to lower levels that the body can compensate. As you can see there are a lot to discuss and treatment is individualized based on your dog's needs and stage of kidney disease.
Kidney failure is a progressive disease. Most dogs don't show any signs until there is a loss of at least 75% of function. Treatment is aimed at slowing the progression of the disease and making your animal as comfortable as possible. Treatment plans should be customised based on the severity of the condition, the cause, secondary diseases and other individual factors. Strategies include feeding a diet with high quality protein or restricted protein, which is also low in phosphorous and sodium, feeding a wet food to maximize dietary water intake, using fluid therapy when necessary, supplementing with omega 3 fatty acids and vitamin E, and using certain drugs where appropriate. Close patient monitoring is key and if he hasn't eaten in 4 days, it is important that you contact your veterinarian. Your dog requires blood tests to asses his status and fluid and drug therapy may be necessary to stabilise him. This is a very serious situation, and unfortunately there is nothing that can be done for your dog at home. As an owner you have a responsibility to your animal. This is a welfare issue. Currently your animal is very sick and suffering. If you do not wish to treat, or medical management and continuing veterinary bills are too expensive then you should discuss the option of euthanasia with your veterinarian.
I am so sorry, I have a dog and I love her dearly The best thing to do is boil some chicken liver Dogs love it and it is very healthy. You can get it at kroger or Ingles. When ever my dog does not eat we do that. I WISH YOU LUCK !!
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